Personal Mobility as an “Oasis”
EY has again partnered with Swiss mobility tech innovator Rinspeed to help show how tomorrow’s self-driving vehicles may look and function. The result is the Rinspeed Oasis concept, which debuted earlier this year at the Geneva auto show.
Rinspeed CEO Frank Rinderknecht tells Randy Miller, EY’s Global Automotive and Transportation Leader, the Oasis was designed to function like “a living room on four wheels.” The goal is to enable occupants to use their time more productively as the car drives itself.
Peter Fuss, EY’s senior automotive advisory partner for Germany/Switzerland/Austria, says rethinking future mobility is impacting every carmaker worldwide. The winners, he says, will be companies that focus on evolving customer needs rather than traditional automotive hardware.
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